COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 31, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- K-12 website and software developer eSchoolView continues to make its mark in the eyes of education technology leaders, earning praise from EdTech Digest.
OneView, the Columbus, Ohio-based company's solution for enhancing data integration, was recognized as a 2016 Cool Tool by the online publication.
OneView allows school districts to read and push data back into various student information systems (SIS), such as ProgressBook, PowerSchool or Infinite Campus. In turn, the software increases internal efficiency and parent engagement through one login.
"The recognition our team has earned is truly reflective of how we approach our work," eSchoolView Executive Director Rob O'Leary said. "It's all about our clients. We focus on the technology and create the best product to meet their needs. They focus on delivering the best education to their students."
This is the third year EdTech Digest has praised eSchoolView for its work. In 2014, eSchoolView earned Cool Tool awards for its Mobile Suite and Instant Connect alert system, and O'Leary and co-founder Grant Wright were acknowledged for their trendsetting leadership. eSchoolView's Parent Portal and the Mobile Suite were named Cool Tools in 2013.
"Technology is opening the door to a renaissance in education," EdTech editor-in-Chief Victor Rivero said. "The edtech sector has experienced tremendous growth in the past several years, and there is also tremendous quality of products and very talented people out there. These honorees are among edtech's best and brightest."
The EdTech Digest Awards Program sets out to acknowledge the services, leaders and trendsetters that undauntedly energizing education.
"This year's program had some very stiff competition, and hard decisions were made in selecting winners," Rivero said. "We're proud to honor these cool tools, leaders and trendsetters in education technology."
eSchoolView was selected in late 2015 by CIO Review as one of the nation's 50 most Promising Education Technology Solution Providers. The company, which got it start in 2008, recently doubled its downtown Columbus office space and opened an office in Charlotte last year.
eSchoolView created its cloud-based Content Management System (CMS) specifically for schools and educational organizations. Its flexible, easy-to-use software features nearly 20 components through which staff can collaborate to share timely information with their communities.
Revenue growth lands eSchoolView near the top third (at 1907) of Inc. Magazine's 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the U.S. for the second consecutive year. With an additional office in Arizona, the company serves more than 1,500 schools and school districts across the country.